Nael Abu-Ghazaleh is a Professor in the Computer Science and Engineering as well as the Electrical and Computer Engineering Departments at the University of California, Riverside. He also serves as the chair of the Computer Engineering Program. His research is in architecture support for computer system security, high performance computing, and networked and distributed systems. He has published ocer 200 papers in these areas, several of which have been recognized with best paper awards or nominations. His hardware security research has resulted in the discovery of several new attacks on CPUs and GPUs that have been disclosed to companies including Intel, AMD, ARM, Apple, Microsoft, Google and Nvidia, and received wide coverage from technical news outlets. He is a member of the Micro Hall of Fame, an ACM distinguished member and an IEEE distinguished speaker.
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